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An efficient multi-hops clustering and data routing for WSNs based on Khalimsky shortest paths

  • Mahmoud MezghaniEmail author
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Abstract

In this paper, we propose a novel energy-efficient data routing algorithm for clustered WSNs, based on Khalimsky topology. The aim of this algorithm is to compute Khalimsky paths for optimized data routing and to provide distributed clustering algorithm reducing the energy consumption and extending the network lifetime. The clustering algorithm divides WSNs into k-hop (\(k\geq 2\)) large dynamic clusters. In each cluster, nodes are arranged in concentric layers around an elected cluster-head according to well-defined criteria. Depending on its distance to the cluster-head, some nodes are selected by the triangulation theory as Khalimsky anchors to ensure optimal intra-cluster data routing. The Khalimsky anchors, located in border layers of adjacent clusters, are used for inter-cluster data routing. We prove that large clusters reduce the isolated nodes number. By this structure of multi-hops large clusters, we prove that the data routing across Khalimsky anchors alleviates the cluster heads tasks and minimizes the energy consumption. Simulation results show that our approach outperforms other protocols by achieving longer lifetime considering the energy consumption and the died nodes number.

Keywords

Wireless sensor networks (WS) Distributed clustering Data routing Khalimsky topology Energy consumption minimization Communication optimization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS)Sfax-UniversitySfaxTunisia

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